I'd been looking for a top nut secure password storage, which featured an easy and user-friendly interface and incorporated support for many users without the users should be equipped with the same shared password - which in general is bad and hard to maintain in almost any organization.
I almost gave up searching and even considered writing something myself based on gnupg (wikipedia article on gnupg), but then I came across Console Password Manager (CPM). In my search I also came across KeePass Password Safe, KeePassX, and even Password Safe. The password managers I have been looking on are all characterized by using a single shared password for encryption and decryption of the password storage, except from Console Password Manager (CPM), which uses private public keys instead of shared symmetric keys.
Console Password Manger (CPM) is written by Harry Brueckner and incorporates a number of great features; it's console-based - some will argue that console application aren't userfriendly - but think again - it really is more friendly to access through a slow remote connection, security is well-considered in it's design, and finally it relies on the GPG keys for encryption, which is wide-used and already incorporated in many other systems - mail clients, mailing in general and for signing software, just to mentioning a number of places, moreover it seems to be well-maintained.
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